Extremists may be spurred on by restrictions in connection with the coronavirus and the attack on the Capitol
The United States intelligence services have declared a constant threat that racially and ethnically motivated radical extremists may launch mass-casualty attacks on civilians.
This is stated in a report prepared jointly by the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Counterterrorism Center, which reports Reuters.
Moreover, it is noted that they may be spurred on by restrictions associated with the coronavirus and the attack on the Capitol.
вЂњThis will almost certainly spur some domestic extremists to attempt violence this year,вЂќ the report said.
In addition, among the extremists, the so-called militias are distinguished, which can mainly target law enforcement officers, government officials, and objects.
Other categories of domestic extremists of concern have also been reported by the US intelligence services, including animal rights and environmental activists, anti-abortion protesters, anarchists, and people calling themselves sovereign citizens вЂ” who вЂњsee themselves as free from government power and laws.вЂњ.
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